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Animals and Magnetic Therapy.

    Animals are prone to many of the same ailments that humans are, such as arthritis, spinal problems, kidney failure, heart conditions, immune disorders and joint problems. Conventional treatments used on animals are also very similar to those used in human medicine. Magnetic treatments are just as effective on animals as they are on humans.

    Special animal magnetic devices are available to treat the most common ailments of dogs, cats and horses. These devices have been developed by extensive research by veterinary clinics. Unlike human medicine, magnetic therapy has been embraced by the veterinary profession, with many vets prescribing magnets along with conventional treatments.

Canine and feline disorders

    Both canine and feline circulation is much faster than that of a human, they have less circulating volume and magnetic fields are absorbed much quicker than in humans. This makes treating dogs and cats much easier than humans.
If magnets are placed around a dog or catís neck, ideally in a collar, the magnetic field will be absorbed very rapidly into the carotid artery (one of the main arteries that supplies oxygen from the heart to the head and neck). The magnetic field travels around the animalís body in a short space of time and increases blood flow to the tissue and organs in the same way as it does in humans, inflammation is also resolved and new cell growth will be encouraged.
    This means that most canine ailments can be treated with a magnetic dog or cat collar. The strength of the magnets and the number of magnets required is related to the type and size of dog. The smaller the dog the less magnetic strength is required. You must always be aware that the same rules apply to animal magnets as those of human magnets; there must be a minimum of 800 gauss/80 m Tesla to penetrate into the blood stream. The table below gives an approximate guide to the strength and number of magnets required to treat various dogs and cats. Remember this is a guide as the type and severity of the ailment must also be considered when calculating the correct strength and number of magnets (the more severe the condition the higher gauss/ tesla rating is needed).

Number of magnets Strength of magnets Size of dog/cat

1 1,000-1,500 gauss/100-150 m tesla Toy - yorkshire terrier, pikinese, miniature poodle, small terrier, chowowa
1 1,000-1,500 gauss/100-150 m tesla Small - Jack Russell, Poodle, Terrier, Sheltie, larzarapso, whippet, spaniel, pug
1 - 2 1,200-2,700 gauss/120 270 m tesla Medium - collie, small labrador, greyhound, small boxer, bull dog,
2 1,700-3,000 gauss/170-300 m tesla Large - German Shepard, retriever, Labrador, rotviler, Doberman, spaniel, boxer, Irish wolfhound
2 - 3 2,000-3,000 gauss/200-300 m tesla Ex large - Great Dane, St Bernard, old English sheep dog
1 1,000-1,500 gauss/100-150 m tesla All cats.

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